Chelsea striker Timo Werner has no intention of leaving Stamford Bridge any time soon despite his struggle for form in the first year of his stay in London.
The German international has failed to live up to expectations since his big-money move fromRB Leipzig
last summer, and this has grown speculation over his future at the club.
However, the 25-year-old striker has not given up yet and is confident to turn things around now that his compatriot
has taken over at Stamford Bridge.
"Timo is clearly one of these guys who has always scored a huge amount of goals and defined himself as the guy who has the last touch on the field. This is a very unique character and position. It is a sensitive position,"
Tuchel said when he last addressed the issue two weeks ago
"I believe it is not important who is coaching them to shape their goalscoring mentality but we are here to help everybody and at the moment for us it is important to keep them focused on the process and help them.
"It is not just to look at the result, whether the ball is in or not in, it is the process that matters and it can help you escape the pressure that they put on themselves. They should ask themselves is my decision making good, is my technique good, is my vision clear enough.
"If you focus on these points, hit the ball well and the result will take care of itself. That means you will find the back of the net soon. If you hit the ball, close your eyes and hope for the love of God, then that's what we try to implement and help.